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Process Focus: Site Work on Modular Homes

The final article in our Process Focus series looks at the work of our on-site team. This stage of your project includes site preparation, delivery and installation, and all the finishing touches to complete your home so it’s ready for handover.

On average, the site work phase takes four weeks to complete, however, like the construction phase, the time it takes varies depending on the individual requirements of the project, and external factors such as weather. We keep it short by beginning our site preparation while your home is being constructed, which is another way modular homes can be built faster. 

Here’s an overview of the site work process, week-by-week so you know what to expect.

 

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Process Focus: Construction Phase [With Photos]

So, you’ve finalised your design, organised the required preliminary reports and planning applications, and your contract and building permit are signed off and ready to go... it’s now time to build!

The construction phase is where modular homes really excel, as typically, this part of the process only takes around 8 weeks, which is generally much faster than a standard conventional build.

This 8-week timeframe, from factory commencement to delivery on site, is based on an average-size standard home – but every project is unique, and so it can vary. For example, smaller homes can be built even faster, while larger or custom designed homes can take longer.

Here we’ll take a closer look at what’s happening with your home during those 8 weeks, so you can see how it comes together.

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Process Focus: the Pre-construction Phase of Modular Home Building

September 01, 2017
Laurie Raikes

Planning, Process Focus

If you’ve decided to build a new home, chances are, you can’t wait to get started!

But the reality is, before construction can begin, there are lots of things that need to be taken care of. Whether you’re building a modular home or a conventional one, the requirements of the pre-construction stage (and the length of time it takes to organise) are much the same. If you’ve got the right support and are fully prepared, you’ll get things sorted in the shortest possible time and save yourself a mountain of stress in the process.

In this article we'll look at everything you need to know about the pre-construction phase of modular building...

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